- Jan 11, 2013
I wish GDT had a chance to finish his trilogy, but I must admit, this looks pretty good.
It's the new axe, it's got the longer handle and it's just hard to see the axe end of it.A slightly expanded Avengers: Endgame trailer, but still not showing much of anything. There is a brief appearance by Captain Marvel though.
edit--hmm, is that Mjolnir at the end? Thought that was destroyed. Time travel or flashback scene or alternate reality?
Natalie Portman continues to show up in interesting, non mainstream movies. She was in a few blockbuster franchises (Star Wars prequel trilogy and two of the Thor movies), but it looks like she's purposely avoiding that kind of stuff more recently.Noah Hawley, who created and directed the Fargo TV series and the mindtripping Legion on FX's new movie:
... and is completely abandon the established history of the character. One of the most interesting things about Joker/Batman is that they create each other.So is DC pretending the Joker from Suicide Squad never happened? There have been about as many film versions of Joker as Batman.
Looks like Joaquin Phoenix halfway starved himself to death for this role.
I get that the Nicholson and Ledger versions were completely unrelated to the DCCU. But now w/ this new take a short time later when they are trying to build up their cinematic universe reeks of the same continuity problems that the X-Men/Wolverine movies have been plagued with. No amount of ret-conning can ever clean up the mess they've created. Looks like DC is going down the same path. I checked out the credits on IMDB (was bugging me that I couldn't figure out who was playing Joker, so familiar yet so different), there is a Thomas Wayne and Alfred, but no Bruce Wayne/Batman credited at this point.... and is completely abandon the established history of the character. One of the most interesting things about Joker/Batman is that they create each other.